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NEXT: What is the Future of Europe?

David Staley David Staley NEXT: What is the Future of Europe?

Within the last week, we have been confronted by deep uncertainties about the future of the United Kingdom after the shocking Brexit vote. What is especially disturbing to me has been the overt expressions of racism and xenophobia in the UK in the wake of the referendum. Will the UK remain “united,” or will Scotland […]

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NEXT: A Universal Translator?

David Staley David Staley NEXT: A Universal Translator?

A Facebook friend recently made this post: “Υπαρχουν κι αυτα στον αθλητισμο! Για οσους τα ξεχασαν λογω Φαταουλ, Κοκκαλη, Κοκκαλιαρη, Σαλονικη, Ιωαννιδη κλπ” Clicking on the “translate” link, this is what Facebook produced for me: “There are those in the athletics! For those who do because they forgot, kokkalē phataoul,’re skinny, salonikē iōannidē, etc” I […]

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Café International Introduces Global Gastro Café

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Café International Introduces Global Gastro Café

Café International is a restaurant constantly in flux – in the best possible ways. It’s the latest project from Nick Von Ahsen and Kye Pimparatana, the owners of Best of the Wurst situated in the North Market, and it’s one they’re navigating with care for the customer and attention to detail. Café International stands at the former […]

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Columbus: A City for Important National Political and Civic Discussion

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus: A City for Important National Political and Civic Discussion

In January, we wrote briefly about a newly installed public art piece that was one of the final projects of the Finding Time public art series that helped to celebrate the bicentennial birthday of Columbus in 2012. That piece is titled “The Time and The Temperature” and while it may seem like a simple concept on the […]

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New Downtown Public Artwork Connects Columbus with Iran

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Downtown Public Artwork Connects Columbus with Iran

What are the first thoughts that come to mind when you hear about the country of Iran? It’s regularly in the news, and many times not necessarily for positive reasons. Pittsburgh-based artist Jon Rubin is asking passersby in Downtown Columbus to reevaluate those thoughts through a newly installed public artwork piece on East Broad Street […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Cols Council on World Affairs

 columbus imPRessions Philanthropy Friday: Cols Council on World Affairs

The Columbus Council on World Affairs (CCWA) works to highlight global and local connections and encourage thoughtful analysis of the world’s shared issues. It was founded in 1975 by a group of Central Ohio citizen leaders who acknowledged that local businesses and universities flourish in part because of their culturally diverse human resources and economic […]

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